TALENTED young performers will be taking to the stage to showcase their skills.
Members of Progress Youth Theatre, aged between 10 and 18, will be performing The School of Night, a thrilling piece of Tudor spy intrigue.
Written by Peter Whelan, the play focuses on the strange story of life in the inner circle of Sir Walter Raleigh and Christopher Marlowe.
It’s not the first time that the young theatre has tackled some serious plays. Previous shows have included an all-female Lord Of The Flies, a modern take on Julius Caesar and plays by Reading’s most famous jailbird, Oscar Wilde.
This year’s show will be performed at Wycliffe Baptist Church, Kings Road, east Reading on March 18 and 19.
Tickets can be bought on the door for £5.
The adults will be peforming two one-act plays, WASP and The Long Road, at its theatre in Christchurch Road, Reading, from March 18-23.